Friday, October 17, 2014

Sacramento-area coach honored

   The USTA recently announced its 2014 No-Cut Coach All-Star team, including Mark Shahan of Antelope Valley High School in the Sacramento area.
   The No-Cut Coach All-Star team recognizes 14 exceptional high school coaches throughout the nation who implement a no-cut policy that welcomes all interested students to be a part of their school’s tennis team. 
   The No-Cut Coach All-Star team was established last year. Coaches are nominated by their USTA section.
   "Throughout the year, these coaches play an integral role in the development of student-athletes and the success of no-cut tennis,” said Glenn Arrington, the USTA's national manager of high school tennis. “We applaud their efforts at encouraging players of all levels and allowing them to share in a rewarding team experience at their school.”
   Since 2006, more than 4,000 tennis coaches nationwide have made a commitment to offering a no-cut policy, with some programs including more than 100 players.
    To register as a no-cut coach or learn more about the program and free registration incentives, visit

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